ABOUT THE ORGANISATION
Association for PARIVARTAN of nation is a youth-led, non profit organization which is working to create a just society. We have always believed in the idea of change, to free the society from the shackles of discrimination of any and every form. We aim at triggering and resolving the issues of that part of society that remains unheard or unanswered due to their oppressed conditions. Started in the form of activism in Jharkhand, we have now reached various states with the sole purpose of being the voice of people. Officially registered in the year 2018-19, we have been able to move upwards and onwards with the help of a great team and volunteers.
ABOUT THE EVENT
Topic:- Food Mountains and Lockdown Hunger: Policy Emergency in India
“A Sacrifice is a selfless act which deserves to be remembered. When a fight for right begins, it is half won and the journey deserves to be commemorated with the same determination that It began with. ”
“Tribal Echoes” is one such event that pledges to honour every sacrifice made by the folk hero: Birsa Munda.Birsa Munda was an indian tribal freedom fighter. He spearheaded a tribal religious Millenarian movement that arose in the Bengal Presidency in the late 19th century, during the British Raj, thereby making him an important figure in Indian history. He sacrificed his entire life and then died fighting for the rights of tribal communities. The fight is yet to be fought for which we require not to forget the ideals and sacrifices of Birsa Munda.
We are proud to announce First National Virtual art , culture & literature pakhwada in remembrance of the sacrifices of Birsa Munda. It is a complete fourteen day event beginning from 5th June 2020 to 18th June 2020. The event aims to cover various issues related to the society that needs to be discussed and taken up for the betterment . Sessions by learned speakers, informative lecture series, creative and encouraging competitions together constitutes the fourteen day event.
DATE:- 7th June, 2020
TIME:- 3 PM onwards
NOTE:-E-certificate for participation will be provided to all participants.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
She is a visiting fellow at the Institute for Human Development. She has completed her doctorate at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences and is also an alumna of the London School for Economics and Political Sciences (LSE) and School for Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). She is a social activist with the Right to Food Campaign.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE
The webinar can be attended by anyone who is interested in the topic.
All the interested participants can register through https://forms.gle/431XC2tb1PfdTmcb8
Kindly note, that after registration a confirmation email containing the information about joining the meeting will be sent to the supplied email-ids, the same is requested to be followed, to join the session.